|[November 15, 2012]
SYSPRO ERP Receives Technology Evaluation Centers Certification
JOHANNESBURG & COSTA MESA, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
a developer of best-of-breed, award-winning enterprise resource planning
software for on-premise and cloud-based utilization, today announced
that the SYSPRO ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution has received
certifications from Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC). The
certifications are verification by an independent, third-party analyst
firm that SYSPRO ERP supports "real-world business processes."
According to TEC Research Analyst, Aleksey Osintsev, "The SYSPRO
software can be a worthy acquisition for small and medium manufacturing
and distribution companies operating in multiple vertical industry
sectors, and especially those whose business is more complex, requires
multistage processes and includes multi-site production, delivery and
customer service. SYSPRO ERP can also be a valuable asset for companies
that need a highly detailed and dynamic business process modeling
instrument in order to precisely understand their business, determine
directions for improvement and easily align them together."
The TEC Certification Reports go on to state: "Overall, SYSPRO's
go-to-market strategy is focused on doing three things best: material
management, cost management and cash management. These three areas, in
fact, provide general coverage for all the major ERP system requirements
of SMBs - current inventory, its cost and the current cash flow. SYSPRO
is designed to address these questions, along with many other business
The TEC Certification Reports highlight the factors differentiating
SYSPRO from its competitors. These include:
Vertical market expertise in the manufacturing of food, medical
devices, electronics, machinery and equipment and cemicals and
Unique micro-vertical solutions for many industries;
An in-depth focus on customer relationships and the Quantum (News - Alert)
Architecture concept of helping clients with building an efficient
multi-dimensional company structure.
The TEC reports go on to cover the SYSPRO "Quantum Architecture" concept
of helping clients with building an efficient multi-dimensional company
structure that includes a multi-source, single repository architectural
map, data collaboration modeling, pre-configured system and process
models and embedded role-based reporting and performance measurement.
SYSPRO Ease of Use, Workflow Design, Ease of Implementation and
Innovation are other areas highlighted in the TEC certification reports,
which are based on live demonstrations of SYSPRO ERP software presented
by SYSPRO officers and solution engineers.
The Analyst Summary at the close of the Discrete Manufacturing
Certification Report notes: "TEC's review and analysis of data on SYSPRO
ERP functionality shows that this ERP software's overall rating score is
higher than its average competitor's score in the ERP for discrete
manufacturing space. This means that the SYSPRO product supports more
out-of-the-box features and functions than an average competitor."
To access the TEC reports on SYSPRO ERP for multiple manufacturing
modes, please click on the link below:
About Technology Evaluation Centers
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) helps private- and public-sector
organizations choose the best enterprise software solutions for their
unique business needs - quickly, impartially and cost-effectively.
has earned the trust of more than 14,500 companies in 60 countries for
its suite of visionary software that enhances the competitive thrust of
small/mid-sized manufacturers and distributors. The company's adherence
to developing technology based on the needs of customers is among the
reasons why SYSPRO
enjoys one of the highest customer retention rates in the industry.
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